Heart of Kilifi

Kilifi hosts a vibrant, active and a bevy of cultures and religions.

The county is home to the Mijikenda, Swahili, Bajuni, Indians, Arabs and European settlers who coexist peacefully. Kilifi is a culinary art paradise and plays residence to many vibrant festivals.

It’s no marvel that in Kilifi we tend to love celebrating and socialization.┬áKilifi as an administrative centre, is made up of seven constituencies: Kilifi North, Kilifi South, Kaloleni, Rabai, Ganze, Malindi and Magarini.

The county is about 420km south-east of Nairobi and 60km north of Mombasa town. With an area of 12,609.74 square kilometers, Kilifi shares it borders with four other counties; Mombasa and Kwale to the south, Tana River to the north, and Taita Taveta to the west.

The Beauty of Kilifi